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25 Ways to Be the Best-Dressed Guest at Any FallWedding

While the white dresses, inventive hashtags, and congratulatory captions that’ve been flooding your feeds all summer may start to cool off a bit after Labor Day, the tail-end of “I Do” season is still ahead of us, and odds are good that at least a few of you are still wondering what to wear to your next fall wedding.

While summer ceremonies and beach weddings may call for gauzy dresses and strappy sandals, cooler weather gives you some options: you can opt for something sleeveless and throw a jacket over top for the road (a pashmina situation would also be approps), or you can opt for something a little more covered-up—say, a long-sleeve dress, a tailored jumpsuit, or even a brocade suit.

And because not even wedding-guest attire is safe from the ’90s revival, designers have presented some evening options for the season that would make Buffy proud: Reformation’s silk charmeuse Aubrey pants pair perfectly with a slinky tank and have the same “Daaamn, girl” factor as any mini dress, while everyone from Ralph Lauren to River Island has lingerie-inspired slip options that you can easily layer with a T-shirt long after the bouquet’s been tossed.

 

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